Imelda May – Irl
Royal Theatre, Fri 3rd June, Doors: 8pm.
Tickets e33.60. Bookings: 0818 300 000
Having fallen in love with rockabilly and the blues as a nine-year-old, Imelda has turned them into a cool, swinging fusion that’s both classic and oddly modern – she really puts a 21st century spin on things. Her live gigs are fierce as in ‘wicked’!Her new album ‘Mayhem’ sees Imelda continue to develop her unique mix of musical genres. This year she will perform at Glastonbury, T In The Park, Womad and Electric Picnic as well as headlining the Castlebar Blues and Beyond Festival!
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Brian Kennedy – Irl
Ruby Room, Sat 4th. Show: 9pm.
Tickets e25. Bookings: 0818 300 000
If there were a special award for being multi-gifted then Brian would surely walk away with it. A critically acclaimed singer/songwriter, and radio/television presenter, he is also an acknowledged author of considerable worth. The common denominator of all his talents is easy to spot. Quite simply he is a natural communicator, no more so than when he his performing his live concerts. With the firm belief that ‘music is the language of emotion’, he takes his audiences on a roller-coaster ride and still finds the energy to meet up with his fans after the show.

Thin Lizzy –
Royal Theatre, Sun 5th. Doors: 7.30pm.
Tickets e33.60. Bookings: 0818 300 000
Thin Lizzy is one of Rock Music’s most recognizable names. A new line-up has formed to take Lizzy’s music to a whole new generation of music fans, led by alumni Scott Gorham, Brian Downey and Darren Wharton (all of whom played in Thin Lizzy with Phil Lynott). The stellar line-up is completed by Def Leppard’s Viv Campbell (guitar), Bassist Marco Mendoza (Whitesnake, Ted Nugent) and The Almighty’s Ricky Warwick on vocals and guitar. Opened by ‘What The Funk’, winners of the recent Battle for Lizzy competition.


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